For the very young
Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India.
Including: Look, Listen, and Speak: Lesson 48
From the Midlands
(Shown on Sunday)
'Look, Listen and Speak', Book 4 (orange cover), printed in Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati, and English, with vocabularies and revision lessons, can be obtained from booksellers, Asian grocery shops, or from BBC Publications, [address removed], price 6s. (by post 6s. 8d.: crossed postal order, please, not stamps)
Scriptwriter (Look, Listen, and Speak):
Teacher (Look, Listen, and Speak):
Assisted by (Look, Listen, and Speak):
Out and about with John Bevan.
First shown on BBC Wales
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you The Semi-Finals of the Men's Singles and all the highlights of the ninth day's play direct from the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon.
Introduced by David Coleman with News-Results-Summaries.
A Race Through Space
This week between Ted Moult and The Aquarians, Bernard Cribbins and The Virgos.
Referee, Brian Cant
Team captain (The Aquarians):
Team captain (The Virgos):
Devised and presented by:
Hazel and Keith explore 'The Raven's Eye', an island off Pembrokeshire with Robin Pratt and David Chant.
from the South and West
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
Introduced by John Edmunds
and featuring Zena Skinner
followed by the Weather in the South-East
The final transmission of the day direct from the All England Lawn Tennis Club, featuring the highlights of the Semi-finals of the Men's Singles with expert comment by Dan Maskell and Jack Kramer.
(Match of the Day: BBC-2 at 9.55 p.m.)
Tales from the last frontier of the great American West.
A film series starring James Drury as The Virginian
Judge Garth, Betsy, and their fellow passengers are trapped in a remote stagecoach relay station by a band of outlaws.
with Robert Robinson
A quick look at criticism and comments from viewers.
Letters for inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to: Points of View, [address removed]
with Robert Langley
followed by The Weather
by Hugo Charteris
[Starring] Derek Francis as G.C. Stoupe, Rosalie Crutchley as Pauline Tenterden,
Michael Goodliffe as The Rev. Adrian Tenterden, Richard O'Sullivan as Christopher Tenterden, Ian Ogilvy as Viscount Ballantyne, Rosalie Westwater as Martha Stoupe
Tonight's play tells of George Stoupe, a housemaster at Bath College, a famous old public school cast in the traditional mould.
Stoupe is a connoisseur of antiques... and boys.
The house he runs contains not only a remarkable collection of objets d'art, but also a selection of boys chosen for their athletic, intellectual, and parental qualities. Viscount Ballantyne, for example, is a fine sportsman, and young Harry Benson is not only a delightful soprano, but the son of a successful antique dealer with a large business... and Stoupe's retirement is imminent.
Only one boy doesn't really fit in - Christopher Tenterden, captain of the house and son of another housemaster at the school. In an excess of disgust, Christopher exposes the goings-on in the house to one of the more sensational newspapers...
The author, Hugo Charteris, sets his play in the same world as his many successful novels, the most recent of which, The Indian Summer of Gabriel Murray, was published this month.
The Rev. Adrian Tenterden:
A quick look at the news of the day and a longer look at what matters.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt, Ian Trethowan, Robert McKenzie
with on-the-spot reports by Fyfe Robertson, Julian Pettifer, David Lomax, Philip Tibenham, Denis Tuohy, Linda Blandford
A series of music and arts features.
The Surrealists derided common sense. They aimed to derail the mind. What appealed to them was what was hidden in the shadows of reason. Accidents must happen.
This film by the distinguished Belgian director, Paul Haesaerts, explores the sensational world of the unconscious in art, and includes the work of Rene Magritte, Paul Delvaux and Max Ernst.
Commentary written by Robert Melville.
English version presented by: